Last time we talked about Fitnet, they were raising their series A venture financing. At that time, the company announced that its users have burned more than 1.25 million calories collectively. Now they’ve reached the 2 million calories milestone, with customers using the service from 193 countries and all 50 U.S. states.
Fitnet users come from 193 countries and all 50 U.S. states.“On January 1 we debuted Fitnet in the iTunes App Store to help consumers meet their New Years’ Resolutions by getting fit anywhere, anytime,” said Bob Summers, chief geek at Fitnet. “Today, we’re proud that in just five months our app has become one of iTunes’ top fitness apps, enabling thousands of clients to collectively burn 2 million calories… and counting!”
Fitnet 1.4 adds support for guest user access and scheduled email reminders.The Fitnet app connects clients with personal trainers – complete with real-time individual feedback and workout scoring. The upcoming update to the application (version 1.4) also allows guest user access as well as scheduled email reminders.
Fitnet supports a number of different activities, including yoga, cardio and strength workouts customized by level and preference, trainer feedback and adjustments based on past performance. The application is free to download for iPad owners and comes with more than 100 workouts. A premium monthly subscription of $0.99 is also available, which unlocks more advanced fitness routines.